CS3STHLM Newsletter April

We are opening up the gates for the 5th CS3STHLM summit! In this newsletter we present the keynote speakers, our first presentation and a record number of training sessions!

Important notice!

Many of you might already be aware of the new data privacy regulations (GDPR) that will be applied in Europe on May 25th. This regulation makes all of our old registers for mail information null and void by the end of May.

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We are sorry for this inconvenience, but we feel it is important to respect the privacy of all persons.

Spring cleaning has been done to our website. We have updated the web with information on the upcoming conference. A lot of new information has been published, and a lot more will be posted in the near future.

We are thrilled and honoured to announce our two keynote speakers for the 2018 CS3Sthlm conference: Marty Edwards and Patrick C. Miller. Both keynote speakers have a long history in ICS security, one working within DHS and the ICS-CERT, the other being the grandfather of the NERC CIP. Both are also very experienced and well-respected speakers at conferences worldwide.

For the Call For Participation, we got more than 50+ very good submissions from all over the planet. We have selected 16 top submissions to start with in this year’s agenda. Please check out the first batch of topics and presenters listed here /speakers and here /presentations We will add presenters to the lists over time, as we also have a few slots reserved for invited speakers.

We will have a record number of training sessions to select from this year. It is the largest selection found at any ICS/SCADA conference, which allows you to select deep dives into the topic most interesting for you: ICS/SCADA Penetration Testing, ICS Threat Hunting, ICS Network Defense, ICS Network ForensICS, ISO 27019, ICS Honeypots. Information on trainings available at /trainings.

Our strong lineup, with keynotes/presenters/trainings and with yet a number of unannounced speakers and events, is stronger than any of the previous years!

Please take advantage of the MEDIUM BIRD DISCOUNT of 10% that is still valid until May 31st on all tickets! Please visit the ticket site to claim your discounted ticket.

Last, and on the lighter side – we have had some questions regarding the meaning of CS3STHLM. “CS3” stands for Cyber Security, Critical Structures and Control Systems, “STHLM” is short for Stockholm where the summit is held annually, and had to be added not to confuse our name with other brands. The correct pronunciation is:

/siː ɛs θriː stɒkhoʊlm/;

Or better yet, grab one of the organizers when you are at the conference and ask them why we need such strange name for this thing….

Best wishes from the CS3STHLM crew

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